Thanks man! Honestly I just use a microfiber cloth with normal car wash soap, just careful to not scratch. My other Ford black wheels seem to scratch easily, even when washing them so I don't apply a lot of pressure and will go over them a few times to get it all.
Curious as anyone's experience getting these installed on our cars.
Some Mustangs in the past it was nearly impossible without a cradle and dropping the K-member, are these like that as well? Would you tackle this in your own garage?
I've had zero issues with Ford's Navigation, and I own two of them currently.
Lexus navigation in my 2013 GS350 was absolutely atrocious. Difficult to use at best and the directions were always horrible.
Personally love the Navigation in these.
More power makes more sound. Not sure a tune only coyote would make enough power over stock to really make that much different of a sound though.
Could be in your head as you know that the car just suffered a performance loss by going back to stock tune.
Most people actually give me space in my car, however there have been a few.
Most interesting was an EcoBoost F150 that clearly had some work done to it, it was surprisingly quick to about 45mph or so.
I had a C5 Z/06 with a built 383 and all the supporting mods. Fully forged rotating assembly, cammed to the moon, wicked fast. Unfortunately it stank because the cats had been removed and you would get cam surge driving normally down the street, which was tough to do. Got rid of it because it...